Nissan Motor Co. plans to shift production of Murano crossover vehicles to the U.S. from Japan next year as the carmaker continues boosting North American production to insulate itself from currency swings.
Nissan Motor Co. said it plans to run three daily assembly shifts at U.S. plants building a revamped Altima, as the company tries to challenge Toyota Motor Corp.’s Camry, the top-selling U.S. passenger car.
Nissan Motor Co., Japan’s second- largest automaker, is in talks with billionaire Eike Batista for a possible partnership in Brazil as it seeks to quadruple its car output capacity in the Latin American country.
Nissan Motor Co., Japan’s second- largest carmaker, will overcome a slowdown in deliveries of its all-electric Leaf vehicle, doubling U.S. sales to 20,000 during its current fiscal year, the vice chairman of its U.S. unit said.
Nissan Motor Co., the Asian carmaker with the biggest production capacity in Mexico, will spend as much as $2 billion on a third factory in the country as the yen’s strength drives the company out of Japan.
Nissan Motor Co. said it will hire at least 1,000 more workers and build Sentra small car at its Canton, Mississippi, plant as the Japanese carmaker expands North American production to help counter a strong yen.
Honda Motor Co. is building the new Accord sedan at a record rate so dealers can begin sales this week as U.S. competition with midsize cars from Toyota Motor Corp., Nissan Motor Co. and Ford Motor Co. intensifies.